OwlTail

Cover image of Stephen Lewis

Stephen Lewis

41 Podcast Episodes

Latest 6 Nov 2021 | Updated Daily

Weekly hand curated podcast episodes for learning

Episode artwork

EP 7 Dr. Stephen Lewis: I.G.S.O.E.

Reproducing Grace

On this episode, Dr. Lewis talks about: the pending release of his book; the importance of a Free Grace only church planting movement; and I.G.S.O.E. - Freedom Church Movement's church planting team concept, found in Stage 2 of my book "Reproducing Grace: Starting a Free Grace Movement in Your Region". https://freedomchurchmovement.org/reproducing-grace

23mins

6 Oct 2021

Episode artwork

EP 2 with Dr. Stephen Lewis President Emeritus of Colorado Biblical University

Reproducing Grace

In this episode, we talk with Dr. Lewis about Free Grace and its foundation in our Discipleship and Church Planting Movement.  We also discuss the importance of our manual "Reproducing Grace: Starting a Free Grace Movement in Your Region"; discipleship, mentoring, and coaching and their benefits; as well as how all believers in the body of Christ should be participating in some way.  Reproducing Grace: Starting a Free Grace Movement in Your Region - Kindle edition by Filer, Joe. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

32mins

23 Mar 2021

Similar People

Episode artwork

Self-Injury and the Internet, with Dr. Stephen Lewis

The Psychology of Self-Injury: Exploring Self-Harm & Mental Health

What is the quality of online health information related to self-injury and self-harm? What are some of the risks and benefits related to seeking self-injury content on the internet? In this episode, Dr. Lewis details 3 overarching risks and 4 overarching benefits of accessing self-injury content online. He also discusses his research related to the effects of hopeless vs. hopeful comments on YouTube videos about self-injury. To watch Dr. Lewis' TEDx talk about his own lived experience of self-injury on YouTube, visit https://youtu.be/G17iMOw0ar8. Learn more about self-injury and Dr. Lewis' work at Self-injury Outreach & Support (SiOS)  (http://sioutreach.org/). Follow SiOS on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/sioutreach) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/sioutreach). Below are links to his research and resources referenced in this episode:Non-suicidal self-injury, youth, and the Internet: What mental health professionals need to knowGoogling self-injury: The state of health Information obtained through online searches for self-injuryThe Scope of Nonsuicidal Self-Injury on YouTubeSelf-Injury Resources:Self-injury Outreach & Support (SiOS) (http://sioutreach.org/)Shedding Light on Self-Injury (https://www.self-injury.org.au/)Self-Injury & Recovery Resources (SIRR) (www.selfinjury.bctr.cornell.edu)The International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) (https://itriples.org/)Follow Dr. Westers on Instagram and Twitter (@DocWesters). To join ISSS, visit itriples.org and follow ISSS on Facebook and Twitter (@ITripleS).

37mins

29 Jan 2021

Episode artwork

A Conversation with Rev. Joanne Rodríguez & Rev. Stephen Lewis

Imagining the Future of Theological Education

A conversation with Rev. Joanne Rodriguez, Executive Director of the Hispanic Theological Initiative located at Princeton Theological Seminary & Rev. Stephen Lewis, President of the Forum for Theological Exploration in Atlanta.This conversation brings together diverse perspectives on theological education in America today. Imagining what the future of theological education could and should look like. 

43mins

19 Jan 2021

Most Popular

Episode artwork

XZTS: Stephen Lewis - AIM Program

The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show

Stephen Lewis - AIM Program

41mins

17 Oct 2020

Episode artwork

How to Showcase...The Story of Stephen Lewis & The Big Band of Fun

Radio ECMA

Ready to have some big fun? In this episode of the Radio ECMA Podcast Stephen Lewis of Stephen Lewis and the Big Band of Fun discusses how a successful showcase created connections, friendship and business! Focusing on positivity and good energy is the focus of all that Stephen Lewis and the Big Band of Fun do, from a beginning in looping to now a successful career with a full band Stephen Lewis has lots of knowledge to share. Listen to this episode to learn how you can succeed at one-on-one meetings and showcases by being your authentic self. ECMA Showcasing applications for the 2021 East Coast Music Awards: Festival & Conference are now open at ecma.com until October 23rd, 2020. Song Features:“I Like the Way Live at Harvest Jazz & Blues”“Today Ain’t My Day” Stephen Lewis looping solo Be sure to follow Stephen Lewis and the Big Band Of Fun:https://www.instagram.com/p/CGLqBK0j1gi/https://www.facebook.com/StephenLewisAndTheBigBandOfFun/https://www.youtube.com/user/bigbandofone/videoshttps://www.bigbandoffun.com

45mins

14 Oct 2020

Episode artwork

Courageous Leadership Matters with Stephen Lewis

Leading Theologically

Leadership seems to be the answer for everything that is wrong in our lives, communities and the world, but will any leadership do? What is leadership and what is the role of courage in the face of the pandemic, civil unrest and uncertainty within our communities? We'll explore answers to these two questions and why courageous leadership matters for those longing for a more hopeful future.

32mins

29 Jul 2020

Episode artwork

The Sound of the Genuine - Stephen Lewis (S1, Ep20)

Spiritual Capital

Organizational leaders are cross-pressured to keep economically viable and socially responsible. The intersection of economic and social pressure is hardly new, but right now--in the midst of pandemic and racial upheaval--organizations feel their usual scarcities as an imperative to change and adapt. Urgency, though, can create conditions for naive change. Stephen Lewis advises listening for what Howard Thurman called "the sound of the genuine."

27mins

17 Jul 2020

Episode artwork

Episode 50 - Organizational Change, Collaboration, & Creativity: Stephen Lewis & Matthew Williams

The Wabash Center's Dialogue On Teaching

With the peculiar upheaval of COVID-19, and the recent, flagrant events of racist violence, what competencies are needed by institutional leadership? What does it mean to lead change in this moment of volatility? What courage is necessary? What approaches in higher education will bring new stability in a more equitable society? Dr. Nancy Lynne Westfield hosts Rev. Stephen Lewis (FTE - Forum for Theological Exploration) and Rev. Matthew Williams (Interdenominational Theological Center).

1hr 3mins

9 Jun 2020

Episode artwork

Facebook Phenomenas Kesha and Stephen Lewis on Cycles of Faith with Paul R Oebel

Faith Unveiled Network Podcasts

Kesha and Stephen Lewis are Facebook Phenomenas with their humor, wit, and powerful messages. On their Facebook page, and now being seen on the Faith Unveiled Network, you can watch a short video with a huge message.

28mins

25 May 2020

Loading